Hannes Tschofenig

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Archive for October, 2007

Oct
28
2007

Tomorrow I will travel to Brussels to participate at the next emergency services workshop. The detailed agenda is available and I will meet a couple of interesting people (including many of my IETF friends). The preparation of the workshop was again challenging but I haven’t expected anything else. The slides will be made available and […]

Oct
28
2007

The Day The Routers Died… a song performed by the secret-wg in the closing plenary of the RIPE 55 conference

Oct
28
2007

Here is a quite late report, but might still be interesting. I attended the SAVA meeting in Helsinki, October 11-12th. Agenda Slides distributed by Fred and Jari. Pictures In the meanwhile Jari submitted a BOF proposal that was updated a few times. Here is the latest one: latest Source Address Validation Improvements (SAVI) BOF proposal […]

Oct
28
2007

For those who care about SIP and deployment should attend this event at the upcoming IETF meeting. It was scheduled based on the feedback that multi-vendor interoperability, especially above the basic stack level, has been difficult to accomplish. See, for example, the SIP REAL BOF proposal that has caused a lot of discussion on the […]

Oct
17
2007

It seems that the ITU-T is making their document available for the public for free, see http://www.itu.int/publications For folks working in the IETF the folder with the ITU-T Y documents is probably the best place to look for documents. Sometimes when people cite ITU-T specificiations in IETF drafts then you might want to search for […]

Oct
17
2007

FYI, Call for Papers: IEEE Workshop Policy 2008 (2-4 June 2008, NY) The call for papers for Policy 2008 is now available online: “POLICY 2008 is the 9th in a series of successful workshops, which since 1999 have provided a forum for discussion and collaboration between researchers, developers, and users of policy-based systems. This year, […]

Oct
17
2007

Mobile IP was designed to allow applications to be agnostic of the mobility event done at the lower layer. Sounds good? Sure. Later folks realized that it still would be nice to have applications to understand what’s going on in the lower layers since the characteristics of the new path might be considerably different. Result: APIs and a […]




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